Was George W. Bush really the "worst president ever"? Immediately following his departure from office, historians ranked Dubya as the 36th best (or seventh from the worst) president in US history. Though that's far from a laudable ranking, I still think that 36th out of 44 is a bit overgenerous. Certainly, incompetence is a difficult quality to measure-there are so many factors to consider. Nevertheless, if we take the global scope of Dubya's bungling into consideration, I think it is safe to say that no president has ever impacted so many people so negatively as George W. Bush.
In this book, Tim McGettigan and Earl Smith make the unprecedented argument that racism is a remediable form of suggestion-induced sadism. The authors explain in plain terms how societies like the USA construct racism, and put forward a practical plan to eradicate racism in the USA and all over the world.